Wednesday, October 17, 2012

A day at the farm

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  1. Beautiful pictures. Where was it? Upstate New York?
    Just wondering. Thanks.

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    1. Thank you! This is near Toronto, southern Ontario.

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  2. Beautiful! I hope you enjoyed your time. Petting farm animals was always my favorite thing to do as a child :) Those goats are adorable!

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  3. Ah! I loved seeing the photos on instagram and these ones are so great too! Your lucky kiddo is going to have so many wonderful photos of her childhood!

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    1. Thanks Kae, she doesn't have any printed pictures yet which is not good, i should start working on that!

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  4. Фотографии потрясающие, невероятные уют, красота и любовь в каждом кадре!!

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  5. Lovely pictures!
    I'm hoping to go to a pumpkin patch this weekend. I usually end up at Downeys but lately have found that they're starting to become a little ridiculous. They make you pay just to get past the gates!
    Would you recommend Chudleighs?

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    1. Hi Jacquelyn, I am not the best person to recommend because I haven't been to other farms and don't have anything to compare to. It was crowded when we went, but maybe it was because of thanksgiving. The entry was $11, I guess that was the cost to cover the petting zoo, but animals were well kept and clean which is good. Apples were $2 per pound, a bit pricy but delicious. We should check out Downeys, thanks for the info!

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  6. What a wonderful day! Love your daughters little red nose! You captured the details beautifully, Elana.

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  7. Wow, your photographs are real delight! I am following now!

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  8. The photos are gorgeous as always! :o) Can I know the address/location of this farm?

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  9. Beautiful! I love the pictures of the goats!! So cute and your daughter is adorable! <3 The farm and the orchard look like Michigan in so many ways~
    Your blog so calming and beautiful~

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